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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE. WJ5PN\ESDAY ; , MAY 29 , 1895.
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COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL
Wheat Was TJniettlcd and Nervous
Throughout the Session.
THAT CEREAL OPENED DECIDEDLY BULLISH
Reports nl Hot WlniU In Knnnnt Doing
Qrent I mase to All drawing
Crops the Chief I'-ctor
of the DHJT ,
CHICAdO. May 28. Wheat wns unsettled
tnd nervous throughout the session , but
closed bullish within Vic of the top here for
the day , and 2'c ' ( higher thnn It left off the
flay before , Corn was strong , notwithstand
ing enormous receipts , before the scorch
ing dry weather , nnd clo cd with an ad
vance of Hie. Oats and provisions also
joined In the bulls triumphant procession.
Wheat opened with an emphatic enuncla *
! lon of Its bullish principles. The generally
prevailing price when the start was mode
was 60c for July. Some few sales were
made nt TlfJic , but against some purchases
made simultaneously nt SOVic. It cold
on the curb yesterday nt 78yae , The weak
ness ycsterady had , In a great measure ,
been because of the signal service predic
tion of heavy storms , which were reported
to be gathering In Ihc northwest. Hut to
day the weather map , except away In the
northwest corner , had no signs of rain on
It. The absence of rain , together with a
very bulllnh circular , Issued by C. A. King
ft Co. of Toledo , wns Iho chief reasons for
the strong opening. Apart from those mat
ters , the enrly market news was of a bear
ish character. The foreign mntkes woio
weak and lower. Hecelpts hero and In the
northwest were heavy. Hrndstreut s esti
mate of the changes for the week In Hie
world's visible gave a decrease of 2k13W )
bu. , nearly , on this continent. IJefore the
r last named piece of Information was re
ceived , the market hud three times cast dis
credit upon Its early assumptions of bull
ishness. It had tumbled from Wic to
7B'4c , recovered again to S0ric ; , dropped
once more to 79'ic and again recovered to
BO'/ic. Kor a time It hung around SO-sC , but
goon dropped again to a lower point than
the previous low point , touching "Uc. Uus-
Iness was smaller In volume than on the
day before until the last half hour , but thi
fiequency nnd material character of the
lluctuatlons Indicate very little abatement
In the nervousness which has been domi
nating the trade HO long. The closing cables
reported I'arln and Iterlln considerably
lower , but the reports of crop damage al
ready done are also alarmingly bad , anil
shoals of dispatches from NebraFka anil
Kansas coming In and reporting hot winds
Ecoruhlng up what vegetation remained , the
market dropped all pretensions of uncer
tainty nnd again proclaimed In more decl.
Hive terrnS than nt the start that It was o
bull. July was bringing Sl'.dc about llfteer
minutes from the close , nnd the clofce wnt
lit ! under that.
The corn market showed n bullish ted
Ing of the superior article , and at the clos
wns bringing 53c , as ngalnst E > 2c , nt tin
end of yesterday's session. The absence ol
rain , which was predicted yesterday , am
Instead of It hot , scorching winds In Soutl
Uakotn , Nebraska and Kansas and Mis
Hour ! , to be followed tonight by frost li
two of thoto btates , stirred up the pit am
brought to book the shorts , who crowdei
the pit. The receipts were heavy enouph
nlthough U5 cars less thnn estimated , tin
number on the Inspection sheet being 1,02
cars. July opened nt from & 3c to KPie , nm
before It censed to advance , It sold at Die
It reacted to 0fi : ) < - ' , rose again to Gl'jc , ol'
from that to Kiy4c ngiiln , then up to ni"4i
nnd closed at Kl'ic bid.
Oats opened llrmor , nnd grew more s <
during the session and closed very stron )
within a small fraction of the high poln
of the day , and at an advance of lc on thi
nearer deliveries , nnd l'o up on Septem
her. Very free buying by many partli-n
country orders , principally urgent , wit )
light offerings nnd very discouraging re
potts of dry weather throughout the oat ;
territory and considerable damugo by heat
nil tended to cicnte activity.
Orders from the outside to buy provision
were more numerous than usual , and that
In connection with the small receipts o
hogs nnd the small receipts of grain , causei
higher pressure for the hog products. I'orl
Htnrted lli'/So up from yesterday's close , nd
vnnced another 7'/6o nnd closed with nil bu
2' c of the day'H advance to the good. Lar <
nnd ribs pursued a similar course , and a
the end , wcie each 7'/4c higher for tin
clav.
clav.Estimated
Estimated for tomorrow : Wheat , 42 cars
corn , kOO cars ; oats , lS3 ! cars ; hogs , 30,00
Jiend.
The leading futures ranged ns follows :
Cash quotations were ns follows :
FI.OUR-Sleady ; winter patents. J3.40t3.7'
winter stralKhts. J3.2.yj.CO ; sprint' pattnts , J3.73
J.ljj sprint ; straights , 2.80Ji3.75 ; bakers , J2.755
9.15.
WHEAT No. 2 sprlnK , SSSSIe ; No. 3 sprint
IJRSIc ; No. 2 red. 7aTS iSO'.4c.
CORN No. 2 , M'in ; No. 3 yellow. Wle.
OATS-No. 2. joijc ; No. 2 white , 3Ji'O32 > lc
No. 3 white , 32 r321c. .
RYE-NO. 2. civic.
HARLEY-No. 2. Me ; No. 3. 4S ? Jlc ; No. 1
nominal. ,
FLAX SEED No. 1 , J1.6I ) .
TIMOTHY SEEI-Pilnu > . J3.
PROVISIONS Mess pork , per bbl. , J12.C2m
12.73. Lard , per 10i ) ll.s. , Ji.CO ( .C2'i. Bhort r'lli
sides ( loose ) , { G.23fj0.30. Dry taltcil shoulder
( boxed ) , 3.37'SfcS.W. ' short clear sides ( boxed
G.uOftli ( t2V.
WHISKY Distillers' nnlshed t'oods , per sal
KlIOARS-Cut loaf , unchanKCd.
The following were the receipts and shipment
today :
On the Proluea otch.iusetod.lv Iho butler mar
let was steady ; creamery , lOrflTMo : dairy , l cltic
ters , Bteady ; llKuli'c- . Cheese , ciulct : OH < j7c.
NEW YOUIt UKNKIIAI. M.Utltr.T.
CloslnuQuotation - , on HID Principal Coni'
inodltlci nnil Maple * . .
NEW YORK. May 2-FI.OUR-Recelpti. 34.
KW bbls , ; exports , 33,900 bbls. ; sales , 13,300 pkgn
Uaiket Ilrm , with winter wheat In fair deman
Jut t > iIng grades ncch-cti.il. City mill patent-
it.SJJJi.lS ; winter patents. J4.WJJ1.40 ; city mil
: lrars , J4.10i74.40 ; vvlnttr straights. J3.75ei.15
lIliincRolii patents. $4.200-1.75 ; winter extras , J3.C
tfS.M ; Mlnnewita bakcm , J3.25W4.10 ; winter lo\
trades. J2.4U3.U5 ; M.rlng low BrudM , J2.'X > { f2.f.i
I ; yellow western , Jl Mj
" \fl\KAT \ liieSflH , 155.000 bu. ; exports. JJ.OC
Ju. ; snlc * . Itf.StM.tHW bu. futures ; no upot Spo
irregular ; No. 2 red , in store und elevator , bJc
t. o , b. , kJ > , o , nlloat. No. 1 red , kSVic , dellvern' '
Options opened actlvo and hlsher on outsld
tuylng nnd dainnKe In winter wheat ; sold o ;
amler vlgoious puunJIng by the local bears nn
forelun houses ; ruled Irri-eulur ut noon , bu
anally advanced decld.illy on hurried covrrln
CORN -lit ce'liits. CI.OOO bu. ; exports. H.OX3 bu ,
leH , 4J5.WJ lin. futures and 33 , 3W bu. mo
Boot sli.inB ; yellow. JJ'tc. Option market turn *
hcak nrtcr lh npcnlne under local pressure , bi
rullltd luttr on bad crop news , smaller receipt
ml active covering , closed ut lUOlUc net id
. ranee . . . . . . ; . . Mny . , . . , . clou-it . . . . _ . nt 67c . ; . July. 5t. ! ST ; (
Btptember , H |
iluli iperts. 1.4M bu ,
' - " 'j/V V - " * v mint * M.OCO Mil . spo1
ol nmrket lU'ins ; No. : . SJWMfyc ; No. l < ij
IJxJ13Tp ; " Ro. ' * 'wliHt , ' 860 ; Hack' whit * . Vft !
Oplli < n < op'.tieJ nim and advanced CD h-av
coverlnjr ana bail crop news , closln. ; ftjlo ur
" cU > ed ut 'tcj ' July. JJV.ffjJc. closed
! July , JJH-asfc , closed at Ho ; B ptembei
. closed at .
AY-Uaiy ) ihlpplu. , ooJ to cholci
IGQHc.
IlOPf Dull ; state , common to choice , eli
Iffie , USl , 405c ; co et , cIJ , : O5e ; ISM. 4t/9e. /
IHDES QulM ; w t ult-d New Orleans. > i
Icctcd , 4 } to C ! Ibs. , Hio , nominal ; Tvxas , i
Irttfd. w to M Ibs , , nominal.
LEATIIUIl-Klrmly held ; hcmloek sale. lluent
Air , llnht to hravy welghl * . tQt2c ; ach
tlC I.e.
W OOLtul t ; diimtctlo flticr , pullet
'c.
PHOVIRIONB-nerf. dull : fittiilly , III
extra l.i . . JS UtJ-H.M , btft hams. U . . .
city , mtra India m , JIT 40.19.00. Cut infnl
nnn ; fkklnl belllrf. tHnO'io. Ijinl. mm : wen
ern steam rl-rd t IC.V2H. Muy cl f J at Jii.1
nominal. July , IC.ST. nominal ; t rtr.tJ. flrii
contlnint. J ? Mi South American , 17.10 ; ecu
pound , JVr.aS.JTU. Poik. ntcady.
'Steifyj jmtirn ( Ulrr.
western creamery , 12 < I19c ; western factory , 7'40
lie , Elglns , 19c. Imitation creamery , lOCltcj
stale dnlr ) ' , Itilltc ; state creamery , 19c.
CHEESE-Flrmer ; state , large , 4M 7 4e ;
small , tfl7c ; part skims , l4/c ! ; full skims ,
EGOS Firm ; state nnd Pennsylvania , 13HCJ
IM.c ; western fresh , H'iOllUcj southern , lliiW
12Uci receipts , 17.000 pkgs.
TALLOW-Steady ; city , 4 404 4e ! country , 4K
I'KTROLEUM-lIenvy ; United closed at ll.SS
bid ; refined New York , J8 ; Philadelphia nnd
llaltlmore , 17.91 ; Philadelphia und Ilaltlmore , In
bulk , II K.
ROSIN Sleady ; strained , common to good ,
JI. 2' ' I.C7.
TfllPENTINE rirmi aUOSOVic.
RICE Steady ; domestic , fair to extra , 4Hfl )
CUc , Jnpan , 3& 4Hc.
MOLASSES Firm ; New Orlfans , open kettle ,
g'KKl to choice. 2sa32c.
METALS-PIg Iron , steady. Corper , strong ;
brokers' price , JIO.W ; pxchnngc price , tiO.ont
10.C. > . Lead , strong : brokers' prlci' , J3.07H ; ex
change price , J3.20 3.2'4. ' Tin , easy ; Straits ,
114 2.W14.3 : : plates , quiet ,
COTTONSEED Oil. Hlnw , but sellers Indiffer
ent ; exporters bid slowly ; small local demnnd
met at limitations ; prime crude , SM/2lc : off
etude , 21i)23c ) : prime summer yellow , 27f274c ;
off summer yellow , 25' ( , 2G'4c ' , jellow bulter
grades , 2ic ; prime summer white , 30j31c.
oAiAii.v OIMU\I. : .MARKET.
Condition of Trndo nnil ( Juotn > tlnjt nn
Miiplo unit I nncy Produce ,
EGOS Choice stock , 10010'Sc.
HUTTER-Old hay or while stock , Sijlc ; fnlr
to good country , CjJ7c ; choice to fancy , 10t12c ;
gathered creamery , 14 15c ; separator creamery ,
ICc.
ICc.LIVE
LIVE POULTRY Hens. C',507c ; mixed , C0
6'4c ; ducks , 74ft8e ! ; turkeys , 'J&lOc ; heavy toms ,
7c ; geese , Gc.
VEAL Choice fat , 70 to 100 Ibs , , are quoted nt
GffG'ic. large and coarse , 40 * > l&c.
CHEESE Wisconsin full cream , 9c ; Young
Americans , luc ; twins , lie ; Nebraska nnd Iowa ,
full cieiun , lic ; Nebraska and lo\vn , part skims ,
Hi"c ; Llmliurger , No , 1 ,1'Jc : brlek , No. 1 , He ;
SwlsNo. . I , lie.
HAY Upland hay , J8.50 ; inldlnml , IS ; lowland ,
J7.W ; rye straw , J5 ; color makes the prlca on
luiy. Light hales sell the best. Only top grades
bring top prices.
CORN No. 2. 4Gc.
WHITE OATS-No. 3 , 30c.
PIGEONS Per doz. , Jl.oogl.50.
VEOETAIILES.
POTATOES Western stock , car lo's , 70SSOc ;
small lots , SOii'JOc ; new , per lb. , 2Q2'ic. '
OLD HEANS Ilnnd picked , navy , S-i.M ; Lima
benns , per It ) . , S jt&c.
CAIIIIAUE-On orders , 3c.
HORSERADISH-PIT 11. . . c < i7c.
SPINACH Per bu. basket. &O40C.
RADISHES Per ilnz. bunches , IWc.
UREEN ONlONS-Per do/ , bunches , 6810c.
LETTUCE Per doz. , M130c. |
ASPAKAUUK Choice stock , on ordeis , 30fflIOc
ler doz .htine'hcs.
PIE PLANT 1'er lb. , l < ? l'ic.
CUCUJIIIERS On orders , SOBCOc per doz. .
PEA On orders , per V&'bu. box , f,0ir7jc.
STRING llEANS-On orders , ' /i-bu. box , 75c ;
-basket cinle , J1.HOJV2.00.
TOMATOES Per b-lutkct crate. jr.WG.OO. !
WAX 11EANS On orders , per ' , i-bu. box , 75J
> 0c.
1'RUITS.
STRAWIIERRIES Choice shipping stock , per
rate of 21 qts , JJ.Mii3.00.
CHERRIES California , per 10-lu. box , Jl-SOffi
.75.
TROPICAL FRUITS.
ORANGES Australian navels , per box. J3.23 ;
choice seedlings , per box , JJ.UMj2.JO ; Medlter-
nnean sweets , J-.T tJS.OO ; fancy St. Michaels ,
LEMONS Extia fancy lemons , SCO size , J3.75S
4.W.
PINEAPPLES 1'er doz. , j : sr.iff2.CO.
IIANANAS Choice shipping slink , per bunch ,
JI.73O2.00.
MISCELLANEOUS.
FIGS Fancy , lie ; choice , l313c ; California ,
bugs , Tc.
HONEY New York , ICc ; dark , He ; California ,
.
MAPLE SYRUP Gallon Jugs , per doz. , J12 ,
lllxby. 5-gal. cans , J3.
NUTS Almonds , Ho ; English walnuts , soft-
shelled , lOc ; stundauH He ; filberts , 9c ; Rrnzll
nuts , So , jiecnns , 9c ; cocoanuts , J3.60y4.00 per 100.
DATES In CO to 70-lb. boxes. So per lb. ; fard
ilates , 9c per lb.
CIDER Puie Jlucc , per bbl. , J3 ; half bbl , J3.
HIDES AND TALLOW.
HIDES No. 1 green hliles , 7c ; No. 2 green
hides , GV-c ; No. 1 green salted hides. " ! ic ; No. 2
gie-v-n salted hides , 7c ; No. 1 veal calf , S to
15 Ibs. , SlUlOe ; No. 2 veal calf , S to 15 Ibs. , S'4e ;
No. 1 dry Hint hides , 9ft lUc ; No. 2 diy Hint hides ,
8f9c ; No. 1 dry salted hides , Sc , part cuied
hides , ' 4c per pound less tnm fully cured.
SHEEP PELTS Green salted , each 25J60c ;
each t01c ; dry shearlings ( short wooled early
skins ) . No. 1 , each , SfrlOc : dry sheaillnga ( short
wooled emly skins ) , No. t. jach Co ; dry Hint
Kansas and Nebraska bulcher noel pelts , per
green salted shearlings ( short wooled early skins ) ,
pound , nclual nelxht , tfjSc ; dry Hint Kansas nnd
Nebraska muiraln wool pells , per pound , actual
weight , 4fCo ; diy Hint Colorado butcher wool
pelts , per pound , actual weight. < SG',4c ; dry
( tint Colorado murrain wool pelts , per pound ,
actual weight , 4fttc. Have feet cut off , as U It
useless to pay freight on them.
TALLOW AND GREASE No. 1 tallow , 4W ©
44c ! ; No. 2 tallow. 3'jSMc ; grease , white A , 4jf
4'ic : giease , white u. 3',4c ' ; grease , yellow ,
25it3o ; grease , dark , 2' c ; old butter , 282i4c ;
bceswnx , prime. 17T20e. rougn tallow , 2c.
WOOL , UNWASHED Fine heavy , GiffTc ; Hne
light , 8fI9c ; quarter blood , loJI12o ; seedy , burry
nnd chaffy. 8&9c ; celled nnd broken , coarse ,
7H3c ; cottwl and broken , line , GJISc.
WOOL , WASHED Medium , ISWJSo ; fine , 140
I6o ; tub wnshed , 16Ml8c ; black , 8c ; bucks , 6c ;
tag locks , 2lQ3c ; dead pulled , DffCc.
FURS.
FURS Dear , black , No. 1. large. J20.00023.00 ;
ear , brown. No. 1 , large. J20.00M23.00 ; No. 1 me-
dlum , J10.00 ; No. 1 , small , J12.00 ; bear , brown ,
jearllngs , No. 1 , latge , J10.004ri2.00 ; No. 1 me
dlum , JS.OO ; No. 1 , small , J6.00 ; bear , brown
cubs. No. 1 , large. J7.00 ; No. 1 , medium , J5.00 ;
No. 1. small , J300 ; badger. No. 1 , medium
J15.00 ; No. 1 , tmall , JS.OO@IO.flO ; bear , black ,
vcarllr-ES , No. 1. large , J12.0015.00 ; No. 1 , me
dlum , J10.00 ; No. 1 small , J.7.00 ; bear , black ,
cubs. Ko. 1 , large , J6.OOflS.pO ; Nl. . , medium
J5.00S6.00 ; No. 1 , small , J4.CO ; bear , black. Mont
tana and Rocky mountain. No. 1. large. J1S.OOO
20.00 ; No. 1 , medium , 111.00 ; No. I , email , JIO.OO ;
bear , black. Montana yearlings , No. 1 , large ,
J12.W ; No. 1 , medium , JS.OO ; No. i , small , J5.UO'
links. No. 1. large , J11.00 ; No. 1. medium ! JS.OO ,
iwi * > u , i , c.i i , w , tiiuuuuiiii iion. perfect
head and feet. No. 1 , large , J1.00O2.00 : Imper'
feet skins. J6.00S7.00 ; No. 1. small. . -
. J5.00- otter
. , . .1- * . 1 Inl-fA t7 ftrt. VT . 1L' T .W -I1 ? : "
large. SiflOc ; No. 1. medium , 9c ; No. 1 , small'
7c : minkrnts. fall. No. 1. large. 466c ; No. 1
medium. 7e ; No. 1. small. Co : muskrat kits. J83c
St. Louis Oenor.il llurkot.
ST. LOUIS , Mny W.-rLOUR-FIrm nnt
higher ; patents , tl.20iI4.30 ; extra fnncy _ , J195C
Hour. J3.fiO/3.75 ,
WHEAT An extremely nervous and unsettled
niaiket , but with decidedly more bullish leanlngi
than yesterday , as the news and traders gcner.
ally favored that side. The opening was ic
hlKher nnd quickly ran up He more , decline.
ISe. and then recovered most of this loss , bin
collapsed on this , declining 1'ic. Lalo turne.
strong and advanced 2c. closing at the top , l > is
, T.tc "h'.ve y lcrday ; No. 2 red. cnsh. S2Ue
sl em8. . ? fee & ' B8BW ° ! * " " " " 5 ° ' 4C
CORN Too much drouth news nnd reports ol
hot winds In the west alarmed the traders nm
arousi-d enough buying to advance the market ,
which , however , cased off soon. The advance. Ir
wheat stiffened the mniket late uml U closed 1U <
above yeste-rday ; No. 1 mixed , cash , Sl'icj ' Mny
Ole iihke'd ; July , C3o asked ; Sopte-mber , 5 < lj
OATS-Advnnced on reports of damage t <
than yesterday for July nnd Boplcmber rcspeo
lively. Spot steady ; No. 2 red. tbc atked ; June
23 ? . .VUU July' ! U'-C ! Sept'inber. COHo asked.
c iVN JSAiVj' l't ' , 0' N'0 > a 80M at C8C-
RRAN CSo bid for east track.
FLAX SEED-Nomlnul , J1.40.
. . 'JJh-'VJ ' SEEDS-Stemty but qulot ; clover eej
J8.50JJ7.5a ; timothy , J3.OiXiJ4.OJ.
. , lIAY71 > rl1.110i ! , Uulli pne car ti Icily fancy
JIO , this side ; timothy , mm for fancy : olhi-i
RrndM dull , medium to fancy , JD.iCHjll 61) , eat
WIISUY-J1.:4 for dl llll rs' nnlshed goods ,
.
. . . -o , o . ; wheat , 22.001
U.T corn. 13.000 bu. ; oats , J2.CM bu ,
SHIPMENlS-riour. I.PW bbls.j wheat.
bu. ; coin , 11000 bit. ; oats. 15,000 bu.
Jlnrket ,
NEW YORK" , May K.-SUQAn-Raw. a y
fa r rennlng. 2 Ul o ; cmtrlfusal. 9 t it. SVc
sale . 0 ton * and 101 hhd. . Muscodavo , S3 test
at I 14Ho ; E < . < 3 bMn. nidlx.ti ujnr at i ll-Uc
reniud. dull : No. 6 , 4 3-Uo ; No. 7 , < < ; _ 4 i-lCc
No. ! . J7 , < ll-Kc ; No. 9 3 IMC.le * No
8K3 1S.H.1 ; No. 11 , I nt _ lHe ; No , 1 ! . S S-16S
So : No. 13. 311eff A. iflisiHc : moM A
41-IIOttau ; Blkndard A. 4 MtUJHc : confection
" ' A , , 1 6-UOtUo ; cut lo f 51.1C sUc ; cru.hcd
5 l'2Jiyc } ; P0wil , rrt. < iA4 IMCc ; tftnuhited
4 M < oubcn 4
_ uc ; , 1'lCillHr
StuuchcHer 'I rllllct.
MANCHESTER. ll y M.-Clolhs unil yarn
quiet nnd Irs Imd to nuke unlei ; at con
( oltou
NEW OriLEANH , Jj y M. COTTON Quiet
CH ; low nuaallnl. ( Vioj .Sod crM
lary , Cic ; net receipts , 1.0(8 bale * ) , ( cross , 1,717
inles ; exports , to Orent llrltaln , 3.91U hales ; to
he continent , 3,415 bales ; roastwlse , 2,1CH bales ;
'ales , 4IX ) bales ; stock , 177,000 bnlerii futures ,
Irm ; snlcn , Cl.ooo bales ; May , JC.9J bid ; June ,
: s.9J lildj July , I703U7.04 ; August , 7.i3ff7.10 ;
ieptember. J7.05C7.W , October , S7.01ffi.05 ; No-
ember , 7.07O7.V9 ; December , J7.1. . ) ; January ,
17.1in7.16.
NEW YORK , May 28. COTTON-Dull ; mid-
Illnir , 7 D-lCc ; net receipts , 241 bales ; Kross , 5TJ2 (
lairs ; extmrts , to Orent tlrltnln , 3. ' ) balea ; to
Prance , MS liales ! to the continent , 1,891 bales ;
forwarded , 2US bales ; sales , 2.000 bales ; spin *
icrs , S ] tmles ; stock , actual , 219,748 bales.
MTOCKS AMJ I1ONDH.
Jpeculatlou In BeourltlesVn * Heavy In
Tone Ye tcrcluy.
NEW YORK , May 28. Speculation on the
Block exchange today was he > avy In tone and
Ihere was n steady decline In prices to the close
3f business , with one or two exceptions. A
H'lllni ; movement set In at the opening , which ,
although of only menlernte force , was continu
ous In Its operations nnd Imd the support of the
foreigners , ns well ns the local traders. Chief
among1 the causes of the depression were the
reports from the west nnd southwest regarding
the Brewing crops , which received contlrnmtlon
In the sharp advance In the Ktiiln market. The
Ixmdon market for American securities was
also weak , and this helped to lower figures here.
General Electric was strong In the early deal
ings nnd rose Ht per cent on buying Induced by
n VHKUO teport that the company was to supply
the Manhattan Elevated road with motors.plhu
slock closed within 14 per cent of the low Ilg-
ures. Susiiuehenna & Western shares resumed
their downward movement on the renewal of
unfnvotable reports regaullng the company , to-
wit : That President Horg was nbout tD leslgn
and that obligations cnieied Into by the com
pany were bearing heavily on It. The common
stock declined IK per cent to 10V , closing nt
10',4. The pieferred fell oft 4'i per cent to 2U ,
closing at u lecovcry of 211 per cent. Paclllc
Mail was In good demand on the reports that
the earning capacity of the company was to bo
Increased. An ndvanco of 1V4 per cent was
made In the mornlntt , all but ' ,4 per cent was
lost subsequently. Alton & Terre Haute rosa
14 per cent on purchasing of CO shares , bringing
the stock up ( o GC , as against 35'i , the low point
of the year , touched on February 15. The de
clines In the general list from last nlghl'u clos-
Ini * . or the best prices of the morning , ale :
Denver ft lllo Orande preferred , Tennessee Coal ,
Northern I'nclllc picfeued , Lake Erie. A : West-
i'in , Minneapolis & Ht. Louis common llrst prc-
feired , Michigan Central , Mobile & Ohio , Read-
Ink' , ht. Paul ft Omaha , National Llniecd nnd
llaltlmnre & Ohio , 1 per cent ; New England ,
l , l per cent ; Northwestern , Union Paclllc , New
Jersey Central and St. Ixmls Southweslein pro-
fened , l'/i per cent ; Erie , 1 % per cent ; Rock
Islind , Loultvlllo & Nashville , Illinois Central
nnd Cotton Oil , 1 per cent ; Cotton Oil prcfcired ,
1 per cent ; St. Paul and Ilurllngton , U- per
cent ; Tobacco , I'd per cent ; Sugar and Ituffalo ,
Rochester ft PlttsburB , 2 per cent ; Delaware ,
Lackawanna & Hudson , 2 % per cent ; Great
Northern prefened , 3 per cent ; Manhattan , 3 %
per cent. An Improvement was Hindu In Ht.
Paul , Minneapolis & Manitoba. Speculation
closed heavy. The bond trading was generally
Ilrm for Ihi * greater part of the day , but toward
the cl > so prices yielded somewhat Ui sympathy
with the weakness of the share speculation. The
sales were J2.143.WO.
The Evening Post's London cablegram says :
The local stock markets were Idle and dull to
day. Americana were generally lower. The
financial press It advancing sales on the Mew
that the past Improvement was mainly clue to
the iKind syndicate's piotectlon and operation ,
but the best opinions h ok for no severe reaction.
The following were the closing quotations
on the leading stocks of the Now York ex
change today :
The total sales of stocks today were 259,671
share- . Including : American Suiiar. 47,600 ; Amei.
lean Tobacco , 11.000 ! AtchUson , 14.701) ; Ilnrllngtnn ,
20.100 ; Chicago Gas , 15,100 ; UlstllllnB and Cattle-
feeding. 13.400 ; Krle , 3.DOO ; General Electric ,
15,400 ; Iloclilnp Coal and lion , 3,400 ; Manhattan
Consolidated , 7,600 ; New York , Suuehanna | .V.
\Ve stern preferred. G,2i)0 ; Northwestern , 9.100 ,
Pacific. Mall , 3,900 ; RcadlnK , 8,2W ; Rock Island.
8.200 , St. Louts & Southwestern pieferred , 5,100- ,
Ht. Paul , M.100 ; Tennessee Coal and Iron , 3.0CO ,
I'nlted States Lend , 15,200 ; United States Lead
preferred , 2,100 ; Wabnsh preferred , 0,300.
Now York .Money .Murkot.
NEW YORK. Mny 28. MONEY ON CALL-
Easy nt 1O11J per cent ; last loan , 1V4 per cent ;
closed HI per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER 2 > ifl3'.4 pel
cent.
STERLING EXCHANGE A shade firmer , will ]
actual business In bankers' bills nt J4.S8WI.SS1 , ;
for demand und J4.87fl.87'i for sixty dn/s ; posted
rates , SI.S7'//ul.SS and J4.S8Vi04.S9 ; commercial
Mils , tl.S8'l.
SILVER CERTIFICATES G7'iSG7Hc. (
GOVERNMENT RONDS Firm. State bonds ,
Inactive. Rallioad bonds , easier.
Closing quotations on bonds were as follows :
OMAHA LIVE f JJCK MARKET
Receipts of Oattlo SiW a Great Increase
in Number
DEMAND STRONG A'.D PRICES STEADY
-4s35
Inulnrs ( lot ToBrthir' ' Quickly anil Io n
l rl k lluiluoi * liTvcii Tnke n Jump
with Provisions Hint Close
at the lop.
TUESDAY , May 28.
There was a good run of cattle today
he heaviest In nearly two months. HOK
receipts were only fnlr nr.d the supply of
sheep was comparatively small. The total
vas ins cars. The two days' receipts foot
ip 3,128 cattle , 6fc3S hogs and 758 sheep , an
ncrcase of over 1.000 cattle and n decrease
of about 2,600 hogs as compared with last
week. Sheep supplies show hardly any
change.
The showing of good beef cattle today
was better than It has been for several
lays , although the offerings Included very
Ittle that could be called choice. Trade
opened out tolerably lively under the Inllu-
; nco of fairly satisfactory reports from
'hlcago and a pretty good general demand.
1'rlces for the most part were fully steady
and on desirable offerings a shade stronger ,
ind on this basis most of the early trading
was done. As soon , however , as urgent
orders hud been lllled buyers all showed a
Imposition to shade prices on account of
ess favorable eastern reports , and the clos-
ng market was slow to u dime lower , with
several loads unsold.
The market for cow stuff wns stronger all
around. Veal calves were again In liberal
supply and sold lower. Hulls brought full
Monday's quotations.
There was some trading In stackers and
feeders , but prices were very low. In fact
It was the low prices that biought out a
few buyers. Dry weather Is the principal
bearish feature to the trade , and improve
ment Is hardly possible without a good
general rain. Good to choice feeders are
iiuotablo at from $3.20 to $3.75 , fair to good
at from $2.70 to JJ.20 , and common grades
from $ J.C5 down. HepresentaUve sales :
HEEF STEERS.
'Jo. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
38..1132 | 4 40 43..UK (4 ! )0 ) ! 0..13li $ ' CO
SO 10C3 445 15..1113 4 C > 2G..1AU 510
9. . . . 93S 4 10 3..1100 480 30..13)1 ) 530
SHIPPING AND EXPORT.
02. . . . 917 400 6..1010 480 11..1161 COO
1..UUJ 4 S5 174..1233 4 SO 19..KM 513
2S..U1C 4 35
MIXED.
IS..1303 4 73
COWS.
1. . . . SOO ICO 1. . . . 7CO 200 1C. . . . 729 3 CO
1. . . . 870 1 GO 3. . . . 7M 200 1..900 3 li
1..1DOO 105 1. . . . 910 200 7..1010 315
2. . . . 873 165 4. . . . 8',2 2 2T 1..1170 313
1. . . . 6SO 170 1. . . . 920 223 3..8.0 325
7. . . . S17 170 1..1000 230 3..1113 340
9 813 175 2. . . . Kj 235 3 ! 'Gi ' ( 340
1. . . . 880 175 3. . . . 7SO 250 13. . . . 911 350
1. . . . 700 173 1..10SO 260 1..12W 350
1. . , . MO 175 1. . . . sTO. 2 60 2..1063 350
2. . . . 723 1 75 l..llr,0 2 50 2..1035 3 50
5. . . . 972 175 2..1U70 2 G1 2..1225 300
1. . . . kCO 1 75 8. . . . "Cl 2 73 2..1243 3 CS
9. . . . 837 175 3. . . . 8S3 273 16..1125 375
2. . . . 900 200 3..KW275 1..1140 375
1. . . . MO 200 3..80012 73 3..1030 375
4. . . . 675 200 1. . . . Ml , 2 90 2. . . . 930 375
4. . . . 8W 200 8..10CJ , 300 1..122J 4 10
3. . . . 900 200 1. . . . 910 , 300 1..12SO 400
HEIFERS.
4. . . . 230 173 2. . . . i1 < ( ' 2 00 2..555 2 C3
5. . . . 40) 190 12. . . . 445 200 3..773 275
8. . . . 336 190 3. . . . 412 2 V ) 7..737 303
1. . . . 400 1 ! > 0 14. . . . Ml 2,10 8. . . . S 310
8. . . . 330 190 18. . . . 70S 210 3..523 3 SS
6. . . . 421 209 1. . . . 430 223 1. . . . 790 363
3. . . . 480 200 3. . . . J73(223 ( | 10. . . . 784 360
CALVES. .
1. . . . 100 100 9. . . . 150 250 1. . . . 130 325
1. . . . 130 160 2. . . . 133 373 1. . . . 110 323
1. . . . SOO 1 f.O 1 ICO SOO 2. . . . 130 3 21
1. . . . 200 2W 3. . . . 153 if 00 28 187 323
6. . . . 121 2 2 > 1. , . . 120 3-0) 3nU 323
2. . . . 110 21-5 9..137 S00 ! 2 < . . . 170 3 TO
2. . . . 150 223 4. . . . 177 VIM 1. . . . 200 3 W
5. . . . 120 223 1. . . . 140 300 3. . . . 150 375
1. . . . 110 250 12. . . . JM 300 1. . . . 170 373
1. . . . 120 260 1. . . . J6) 300 1. . . . 110 425
2. . . . 105 2CO 1. . . . 310 300 1. . . . 200 425
BULLS.
1..1410 175 1..1160 240 2..1123 250
1. . , . 6SO 175 1..1G70 240 3..1076 260
1..12X ) 1.1)0 > I..lt3)-2 ) > 41 ' 1.S..1130 250
1..1000 220 1..1Z70 250 1..I3GO 255
1..10UO 225 2. . . . W5 250 1..1170 275
2. . . 1230 233 l..ll'W ' 253 1..1270 310
BTOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
3. . . . 410 200 11. . . . 4M 240 11. . . . 577 290
1. . . . 720 200 1..10.M 260 14. . . . 807 300
3. . . . 2DH 2 CO 16. . . . 462 25) ) C..85S SOO
8. . . . 2.VJ 200 5. . . . 63) 255 1..10M 300
11. . . . 414 225 2 ? . . . . 463 2 CO I. . . . 830 310
1. . . . 4SO 225 7. . . . 545 273 1. . . . 7S315
1. . . . 880 225 2. . . . 641 275 1. . . . 930 323
11. . . . 330 2 S3 4. . . . KM 275 7. . . . 407 323
2. . . . 600 233 1. . . . 510 275 23..1002 333
1. . . . 4V ) 233 9. . . . 691 290 2).096 345
10. . . . 40C 235 13..450 290 6..771 350
1. . . . SOO 240 1. . . . 730 290 C6. . . . 996 SCO
WESTERN CATTLE.
No. Av. I'r. No. Av. Pr.
7 cows 979 } 3 23 104 steers 1102 S4 35
HOGS The market wns In very good shape
today. Receipts were only moderate , and ttu
demand was decidedly vlsorous on account of the
strength developed Monday In provisions. Packets
did the big bulk of the buying , and at prices
fully a dime higher than Monday. They paid
from 34.30 up to (4.45 for fair to choice heavy
nnd butcher weight hogs , and bought light ami
light mixed stuff anywhere from II to (4.33 , ac *
cording to weight and quality. There were
more common light hogs on sale thnn the de.
mand called for , and prices showed up very
little If any better than on Monday. I'lgs solo
all the way from 12.50 to $1. Several light lo.idt
were still unsold at the close , but the decent
hogs were nil sold In good season , the bum
going nt from (4.25 to 14.40 , as ngalnal 11.10 tc
JI.20 Monday and $4.40 to 14.45 one week age
today. Representative sales :
No. Av , Sh. Pr. No. Av. Sh , Pr.
2 250 . . . SI 00 69 23. ! . . . 430
9 162 . . . 403 70 216 . . . 430
38 147 . . . 4 10 68 HO 160 4 CO
6 170 . . . 410 78 227 . . . 4 CO
6 ISO 40 4 10 72 219 160 4 30
18 153 . . . 4 15 19 202 200 4 30
6 198 . . . 415 71 200 80 430
CO 193 160 415 35 224 100 430
100 175 200 4 mi28 2)5 80 430
84 178 40 4 20 71 220 120 4 30
49 193 280 4 20 86 214 100 4 30
95 190 3JO 4 20 I 74 214 SO 4 CO
93 172 200 4 20 i 78 233 280 430
EO 195 620 420 77 221 120 430
S3 180 210 420 61 , . .262 401 430
G6 176 400 4 SO f > 7 218 SO 4 32' <
IS 139 . . . 4 23 i 75 205 40 4 32'j
74 198 210 425 75 235 120 435
81 212 320 4 25 70 203 SO 4 33
73 207 . . . 4 25 75 240 280 4 35
40 240 . . . 4 25 72 236 . . . 4 35
31 198 120 425 43 250 . . . 433
38 20 80 425 69 222 . . . 433
23 229 120 423 33 243 . . . 433
C3 188 SO 425 48 2J5 . . . 4 35
85 226 SO 4 25 74 233 160 433
0 186 . . . 4 23 09 263 120 4 33
1 410 SO 423 03 2W 120 435
21 211 40 425 S3 211 40 435
1 300 . . . 425 51 219 . . . 4 S5
6 . . . .236 . . . 4 25 83 2J3 . . . 4 40
4 290 80 4 25 f.9 230 SO 4 4)
3 270 . . . 4 23 73 211 160 4 40
41 . . .230 120 425 52 267 ICO 440
r , 228 . . . 427'4 50 LT.1 SO 440
5 2S4 . . . 4 27'i 73 299 SO 4 40
80 219 200 4 811 M 2,0 160 4 40
77 209 160 430 83 244 160 440
' 4 ! . .219 . . . 430 71 223 . . . 440
_ 9 215 160 4 SO " 52 207 . . . 440
CO 249 160 430 63 25S . . . 4 4i
33..us ; ; ; w > 430 , 57 254 so 443
PIGS AND ROUGH.
'
U " 183 40 2 50 . 1 240 . . . 330
4 . .177 . . . 250 81 107 . . . 360
15 107 . . . 250 JI.J2 115 . . . 380
f . . . .165 . . . 250 Jin 02 133 . . . 390
8 OS . . . 273 . 17 141 . . . 393
1 . . . .430 . . . 300 * ( HS 130 120 4 0)
ID. . 107 . . . 3 23 ) *
SHEEP The market "wnfc slow nnd a shade
lower today. Supplles * " lv * only moderate , but
eastern markets ha i' ' " ecllned sharply , and
while the demand was ver } . good buyers were In
sisting on lower prices. . Fair to choice natives ore
quotable nt fiom J3.J3 ,1o 14.25 , fair ( o ROOI |
westerns at from 13 'fcr'14. common and slock
sheep at flom J2.35 ttt/11 gooil to choice 40 to
lOO-lb. lambs at from , ? 3,7fc to JS.23. Representa
tive sales : I f ,
No. Ji it-/ Wt. Pr.
1 buck I1W 1CJ ! ' ? 5 °
7 mixed . .j 163 450
Receipts nml Disposition of Stock.
Official receipts and. 'disposition of stock aa
shown by the books atiilue Union Stock .Yards
company for the twenty-four hours ending at 3
o'clock p. m. , May 2SJii5 ; ;
RECllHrTS.
Cars. Head
Cattle I'.K.J 85 2.33J
Hogs lnnf. 67 6.40C
Sheep I 4 50 !
Horses and mules , . . < > 2 19
DISPOSITION.
Iluyers. Cattle. Hoes. Sheep
Omaha Packing company. . . . 19 1,158
G. II. Hammond company. . . 219 1,004 . . . .
Svvlft and Company , 190 94'J i
Cudahy Packing company , . . . 221 1,082 . . . .
CuduMy. Kansas City SI . . . . 24C
G. II. II. , Kansas City. . . . . . 79
G. 11. 11. , Iowa 230
Wilson , 175
Cudahy llroa , , 139 . , . ,
It. Decker & Deg-cn 91
Carey lfc
J. Lobmnn 200
L. Decker 101
Hamilton & Stephens 6
Shippers and feeder 251 10
Left over > , . . . . W W >
_ _
Total 1.8K t.947 CO :
ht. l.ouln l.lvu Mock ,
ST. LOUIS. May 28. CATTLE Receipts. 4,41. .
head : shipment * , 600 heudi market strong an ,
active and some sules hlKher ; beef sierra rang ? !
I.IH(5.7o ; lightweights , | 3.60n4.2S ; stockers am
teeders , I2.50Q4.00 ; cow . I2.2S03.75 , fnl Texa
steers. S3.75C4.7J ; erass steers , 13.0064.00 ; cowi
I2.00tt-3.60.
HOUS Receipts. 8,400 head ; shipment * . 2,00
head : market CQlOo hither ; heavy , JI.W04.M
rolled. t4.40e4.t5 ; light. t4.tOQ4.4J.
SHEEl'-IUccIpti , 11,104 bead ; ihlpmenti , K
lend ; most of the rwtlpln were for slnuithterfr * ;
market rnslcr ; native muttnns , S4.OOO4.60i cam *
mon , S3.60 ; rnuthwcst , SJ.250 < .00 | poor l ml >
old nt S3.25CJ.60.
CHICAGO LIVK STOCK.
Cnttle Mnrket Llitlris , but Ilogi Hhowcd
.Much Anllvitr.
CHICAGO , Mny 3 , As usual , very Inrpe mi
le were hard to sell , nnd the demand nns
chiefly for BM.H ! to choice steers of medium
weights. There wns no Imprmemeni In butch *
ers' stuff , nnd cows were flow nt wcnk prices ,
with snles nt from S2 to J4.35 , chiefly nt from
:2.30 : to W.75. As It wns "cnlf day" there was n
Rood supply , hut the demand was so lively that
although nbout 4,000 were on sale , prices shot
ipwnid fully 25c per 100 Ibs. , nnd sales were
nrgely nt from S" > to $5.25. The stocker nnd
'eedrr branch of the market wns not chnrnrter-
zed by much life , and prices were wenkor , ns n
rule. Tattle werernther slow nl easier prices nl
flotn S3.53 to S3.10.
About 23,000 hogs were offered on the market
oday , Including G.OOO left over from yesteiday ,
Tlit- reduced supply , In connection with an nr-
live demand from paikvrs nnd enstern shlpix-rs ,
gaxe selleis nn opportunity to dictate term- ,
ind prices advanced 6c to 15c per 10J Ibs. , the
best droves fetching S3.75. Heavy hogs sold at
nn extreme rntiKo of $4.20 to SI 73. chlelly nt
from SI.50 to SI 65 , and light nnd mixed weight * ;
mlil nt from S4.23 to S4 60 , principally nt from
11.50 to S4.60. The demand wns puillclently Inrge
to ntaorb the supply , and the doling was 111 in ,
There wns n good demnnd for sheep today , nnd
most of the 9,000 head that nrrlved werp disposed
of before noon , prices ruling sternly nt jester-
dny'a decline.
Nuw Yor.i l.lvo Moc't Mirknt.
NEW YORK , Mny 2S.-1KEVES-Ilrcclptii , 46 !
hund , none on sale. European cables quote
American steels nt 111T12C per lb. , dressed ; re-
filgerntur beef nt 8'j i9' ' , < .c.
SHEEP AND LAMII : * Receipt * . 2.9i head ; on
sulv , 4.7iV ) hold , slow , with little Indication < il
linpro\emuit , sheep nnd yearlings , lower ; gonil
to choice hunts , steady ; others lower : nearly
3000 head unsold ; sheep , Inferior to good , S3.20
5 < 4.25 , yenilllig' " , Inferior to choice , S4 2005.6214 ,
soiilhein lambs , common to choice , S4.50C7.00.
HOGS Receipts , 3,123 hend ; stcndy nt S4.73
05.00.
Hum n City l.ivo Mock.
KANSAS CITV. Mny 2S.-CATTLE-nccelpls ,
0.900 head ; shipments. 2,6'iO ' head ; market s'tady ;
Texas sleers , J.i > Mf4.2"i ; Texas cows , S225 i4.0i ) :
bief steels , $3 60(15.75 : nntlvx cows , S1.35ip4 20 ;
stockers and fieders , } .1.2Jfj > 4.35 ; bulls. S2.5U 3.k5.
HOOS-ltecelpls , 14,70i ) head , shipments , 1.70C
head ; maiket lOo hlKher ; bulk of saleSI.25JJ
4.43 ; ht'nxles. SI. 33H4. M ; packers , $ l.505i 1.53 ;
mixed , SllOJfl.13 ; lights , S4.009I.23 ; Yorkers ,
$1 15 4.:3. pl 9 , SJ.OOiii 4 00.
SHEEP RvL-ulpts. 2,600 head ; shipments , 2KC
head ; market steady.
Mock In Mgui ,
Record of receipts nt the four principal mar
kets for Tuctday , May 28 , 1S95 :
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 232 6,400 , 602
Chicago 4,500 17,000 9,000
Kansas City Oi00 14,700 2 610
Kt. Louis 4.4W S,40 < / 11,10)
Totals 15,132 64WO 237io2
Liverpool Miir.irtv
LIVERPOOL , May SS. WHEAT Spot , dull ;
demand poor : No. 2 nil winter , 589 1 ; No. 1
red spring , Cs 3d : No. I California , 3s 10-1. Fu.
lures opened quvt ; with neat nnd distant pout ,
tlons t4d lower , closed firm with June Id Ion el
and other months 1'id lo\\c-r ; business aboul
equally distributed ; Mny , 6s 9iid ; June , Cs lOil ,
July. fs , 10'id ; August , 5s lid ; September , 6s
HHd : October , 6s.
CORN Hpot , quiet ; American mixed. 4s lo'.ld ' ,
I'uturcs opened quiet , with near positions l > 4il
lower nnd distant positions id lower ; ilosed
Ilrm with nenr positions Iftl'.id lower nnd distant
positions Hid higher , business nbout c\enly dls.
trlbuted ; May , 4s9',4d ; June , 4s C'id ; July , 4 !
Jii ; August , 4s 8'id ; September , 4s Mid ; October ,
rLOUIl Firm ; demnnd moderate ; St. Loulf
fancy winter , 7s 9d.
PROVISIONS liacon. dull ; demand poor ; Cum.
l-erland cut. S8 to 30 Ibs. . 31s Cd ; short ribs , 2 <
Ibs. , 32s : long clear , light , 38 to 45 IbH. , 32s Cd ,
long ch'ar , heavy , 65 Ibs. , 32s ; short cli-nr barks
light , 18 Ibs. , 32s ; short clear middles. hca\ > ,
53 Ibs. , 31s Gil ; cle.ir bellies , 14 to 10 Ibs. . 33s
Shoulders , square , 12 to 18 Ibs. , 28s. Hams ,
short cut. 14 In 16 Ibs. . 41 > . Tallow , line Ninth
American , nominal. Ilecf , extra India mess , 80s ,
prime mess , 62s Cd. Poik , prime mess , western ,
E6 Cd ; wustein mtMlum , 63s 9d. Laid , quirt ,
prime western , 33s ! 'd. ' refined , In palls , 3I 6d.
t'heese , ( lulet ; demand pom ; finest American ,
while , 4Is , finest American , colored , 42s
HL'TTER Finest I'nlted States , 56s ; good , 40s.
COTTONSEED OIL Liverpool refined , 16s 3d.
LINSEED OIL-21 9d.
PBTHOLEl'M Rcllned. 9d.
REFRIGERATOR DWEF Forcquarters , 3Ud ;
hlndquarteis , CUd.
HOI'S At Ixjndon ( PaclHc coast ) , 2 os.
The recelpls of wheat during the past three
days were 1-99OOJ centals. Including 141,000 Amcr-
lean.
The lecelpts of American com dm Ing the past
three days were 125,500 centals. Weather fine.
CofTco .Miirlujt.
NEW YORK , May 28. COFFEE Option *
opened steady nt unchanged prices to 5 point *
decline , and for the lest of the session rulid
quiet nnd featureless , with foreign news In
different nnd outs-.de speculation slack ; closul
firm for September nnd October O'hcrs steady
nt paitlal advance of 6 per cent ; sales , 9.50C
bugs , Including : March , S14 70 ; July , S14.90 ; Sep
tember , SH.S5014.95 ; October , S14.93 ; December ,
JH.ttt. Snot coffee , Rio , quiet ; No. 7 , J17 ; mild ,
quiet ; Cordova , JlS.U ls.CO ; sales , 1,000 bug *
Rio , No. 8. spot , 511.7j ; (00 mats Interior Padnng ,
sriot , J2G 7o ; warehouse dellverleH from New
York , 27.12S bags ; New York stoek- today , 17G.WJ
> mgi ; United States stock. 241,202 hags ; nlloal
for the UnlteO Slntes , 323,000 bngs ; totnl visible
for the Unlte-d Stales , 5C4.202 bags , against SOJ , .
117 bngs last year.
SANTOS , Mny 28. Firm ; good av'crnge Panfw ,
516.M ; receipts , two dajs , 5,000 bags ; slock , 1J-
000 bnga.
HAMHURO , Mny 1'8 Dull , unchanged , to ' .i
pfg. higher ; sales , 5,0-10 bags.
RIO DE JANEIRO , May 28. Firm : No. 7 Rio.
J18 ; exchange , 9 3-lGd ; lecelpts , two days , 9XK (
bags , denied for the United State * , none ;
cleated for Europe , none ; stock , 212,000 bags ,
cleared for Victoria , 12,000 bags.
HAVRE , May 28 Opened baiely slenily , un.
changed , to 'if lower , nt 3 p. m. , steady , ' , il
higher ; closed Uf advance to Uf net decline foi
the day , bales , 19,000 bags.
Accuiiinlntloimof ( irxln .Stocks.
NEW YORK , Mny 2sr Special cable nnd tele ,
graphic dispatches to Ilrndstrcet'c covering piln-
clpul points of accumulation In the United Stutei
nnil Europe , together with supplies afloat foi
Europe from all sources. Indicates the follovvlnf
changes In available stocks last Saturday , ni
compared with the preceding Saturday :
United States nnd Cnnnda , east of the Rock )
mountains , wheat , decrease , 21GI7,000 bu.
United States , Paclfl.0 const , whent. decrease. .
181,000 bu. ; total decrease , wheat , both coasts ,
2,8:8,000 bu. ; afloat for nnd In Europe , whent ,
decrease , 40,000 bu ; total dfcreate world's avail
able wheat , 2.2G8.000 bu. ; United States am
Canada , cast of the Rocky mountains , corn , ln <
create. 1,382,000 bu. ; United Stales and Canada
enst of the Rocky mountains , oats , Increase
1,153,000 bu. Lending decreases In stocks 0 !
available whent Inst week , not recorded In tin
ofllclal visible supply. Include 213,000 bu. Ir
Chicago private elevators , GOO.OOO bu. nt Cleve
land , 82,000 bu. at Mnnltoba storage i lnts , 48,001
bu. at Jollet , and 41,000 bu. ut Louisville. Corre
spending Increases arc 39.000 bu. at Kingston
Ont. , und 28,000 bu. at Milwaukee uiivato elc.
v alors. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
New York Dry Uooils .Market.
NEW YORK , May 28. Agents have ndvancei
the price of Fltchvllle "C-lnch bleached cotton !
to t'ic , nnd Golden Chain nnd soulhern sill
pUlds lie each. Printing cloths In better de
mand than sales , nnd only 10,000 pieces C
squnres spots and June sold at 2 13-lGc. Denlmi
and other colored coltons in better demand am
sale. Illenched collons have nllrncted more at
tentlon. Export conlrols a large proportion o
cotton goods , especially drills , up to September
The tone In the market for all kinds of staple
goods Is steady to linn.
Knnsits City Markets.
KANSAS CITY. May 28. WHEAT Nominal ! )
steady ; No. 2 hard , Sl4c ! ; No. 2 red , SOc ; re
Jecled. 77ft7Sc.
CORN Slow at yesterday's price ; No. 2 mixed
49 < 849'ic ; No. 2 white. 51'4051'ic
OATS-Flrm ; No. 3 mixed , 29 > i1i.9 > ic ; No. I
white , 32c.
HYB Firm : No. 2. 63c.
URAN-Firm. 71S73C.
Mllwnulioo .MurUutn.
MILWAUKEE , May SS. WHEAT-CJulet ; No
2 northern. 82c ; July , SHic.
CORN Steady ; No. 3 , 52Uc. l
OATS-Hlgher ; No. 2 white. 32Hc ; No 3 white
"llARLEY Firm ; No. 2 , 50c ; sample , & 1052c.
RYE Qluet ; No. 1 , CCHc.
Dulutli Whent iMurknt.
DULUTII , Mny 2S. WHEAT Higher ; No. :
hard , cash. 81ic ; May , 83o ; July , 82.c : No.
northern , cash , 61'ic ; May , 81Hc ; July. S2c
September , 79c : No. 2 norlhern , cnsh , 77ftc
No. 3 , 74 ? c : rejeclcd , 71ic ; lo arrive , No. ;
hard , 83'c ; No. 1 northern , 82.c.
Mlnneupollthcut Murker.
MINNEAPOLIS. May 28. WHEAT Close
May , blc ; July. Sic ; September. 78c : on truck
No. 1 hard. 62'io ; No. 1 northern , 81'.4c ; No. :
northern , SO' c.
Trlico Wheat Quotation * .
SAN FRANCISCO , May 28. WHEAT Strong
December , Jl.OCH.
riniioclitl Notes.
BOSTON. May M.-aearlngs , JI6,03G,331 ; bal.
raices , 11,974,823.
RALTIMORE. May 23. Clearings , J2,3S9,91Ci
balances , J322.145.
NEW YORK , May S ? . Clearings , J107G72KiOi
balances , J5.I04.874.
PHILADELPHIA. May 2S.-ClearInES. Jll.UIS ,
909 ; balances , fl,37GOjO.
HT. LOUIS. May 2S. Cleanings , J3.C41.316 ; bal.
ances , JG04.99J. Money , DH6 per ccnl. Nev
York exchange , 7Sc premium.
WASHINGTON , May 23. Today's statement o |
the condition of the treasury snows : Available
cash balance , J1S4.W3.004 , gold reserve , J&S,2t > 3l3J.
CHICAGO , May 2S. Clearings. JI5.41I.OOO ,
Money , easy at 4Vi@S per cent for call loans ami
tp'iil per cent for commercial paper , demand ,
14.VJ ; W days. JI.6S. New York cxcliange , 60 <
premium. Foreign exchange , firm and unchanged
rorelgu I'liiaiielal AfTalri.
PARIS , May IS-Three vtr rtnt rentfs. 1021
45c for the account. Exchange on London , 201
for checks.
LONDON , May 23-Consols for money and ac.
count , I'Jt'.i. The amount of bullion gone Intc
the Dank of England on balance today , u.uOO
Gold U quoted at Bucno Ayrc * today at 299
Madrid , 13 M ; Lisbon. KU : Ht. Pfltriburif , W
Athens , 71 ; Rome , 1M.M ; VUtum , 1'W.
Unfavornb'o Oonditions Oontinno tj Pre
vail During the Week.
RAINFALL HAS BEEN VERY MEAGER
Snmll flrnln , Except In the Northeastern
Vnrt nt the Mute , Has bufTcrcil
Severely Corn Itoinnlns In
1'nlr Conilltloii.
Weekly wcntticr-crop bulletin No. 8 of the
Nebraska weather service , co-operatliiK
with the United States weather bureau
from Its central olllce nt the University ol
Nebraska , Lincoln , under .tho direction ol
Q. I ) . Swczey , meteorologist of the Ne
braska experiment station , for the \\cck
ending May 21 , ISM :
The unfavorable conditions that have pre
vailed heretofore have continued during the
past ueek and crops have suffered seveiely.
KO/IUtL OH 2" ac,4i | | .
= Al !
nn m
none orl r ( ees than
a trocel I i
'
2
The temperature was on the average nbout
six degrees below the normal until Monday ,
when high southerly winds set In over the
entire state.
The rainfall has been very meagre , amountIng -
Ing at most to n few telth of an Inch and
over i-ome pot tlons of the btnte entirely
wnntlng. The ground Is now so dry thill
little farm work Is being done.
The small grain , except In a few favored
localities , particularly In the noitheastern
section , has suffered so severely that It Is
doubtful If even with Immediate rains It
would recover puillclently to make much of
a crop. Karly planted coin , Ahlle It has
made little growth and has been more or
less Injured by freezing weather , remains
In a fair condition ; the lute planted Is for
the most part still waiting for moisture In
order to germinate. Meadows nnd pastures
are getting very dry nearly everywheie
and feed for stock Is becoming very scant.
Reports by counties :
SOUTHEASTEIIN SECTION.
Duller All corn that Is up In doing \\cll.
Frosts have cut small Krnln , tut have also killed
out the woods still muip ,
CaiS Wheat nnd oats look well Kenernlly , but
nerd moisture. Winter uhcat heading. Corn
making slim prottlh
Clay Dry and dusty , with hlKh winds. Wheat
and rye ilind. O.Us sulTeilnff ureatly ; also
pastures. I-'nrmcrs helllntr their HtoLlc.
Klllmorc dun prowlim slowly. Everything
el e nt u standsllll. Krult ilm-iplng off. Oats
one-half dead and many Helds iiiu dry enough
to liurn.
OIIRO Everything standing still and need rain
Iradly. Cliinles tuining.
Hamilton All vrgot itlon sufferlm ? for rain ,
GopheiH and culwotms dulnc consldcinblo dam-
aK < > to corn , l.'ally planted c > ni doing fairly
well. I/ate planted vvlll not came up until It
rains. Potatoes and h'ardcn stuff Retting over
thn frrst In fnlr slim- .
Jefferson Some wheat Is being llbted to corn.
Wheat and oats ulll bo almost a total falluic.
Johnson Wheat IH heading out slouly and
needs rain , especially that on poor toll. Pastures
iiml inmdovvs bmlly In need of rnln. Coin Is
cJinhiK out well Klneo tin- last frost.
Lancaster Cold nnd dry. P.isturos , gardens
and all vccetutkm nt n standstill. Coin
looks sickly , hut Is suffering more for A\nrin
weather than rnln. OatK ari > n llttlo backward.
Wheat la In average ] condition.
Nemaha Wheat heading short. Oats and hurley
not crowing. Coin not growing much. Applefl
not seriously Injured by fiost and a fair crop
In sight.
Nuckolls No hpo for oats. Pastures dead.
Corn making no growth. Late planted nut
coming up.
Otoc Corn growing slowly. Winter wheat headIng -
Ing out. llluegr.iss pastures drying up much.
la corn In serious condition.
Paw nee Crops have made very little If any
progress. Corn and onls arc looking bully. The
mitli > k for cro | Is the worst I ever saw at
this tlmo of the year.
Polk Had week for nil crops. Oats will be a
failure unless we have lain soon Eaily coin
bwlly Uijured nnd emi > will bo replanted. Apples
all right , hut cherrlm Injuted some. Wheat , rye
and tnmo grass n failure.
lilclmrdson Com , wheat nnd rye needing rain.
Cornfields are Rvnvnilly free from weeds.
Kallne Com doing falily well. Wheat , oats
and lye suffering for want of rain ; much of the
lye gone now. riix doing fairly well. Pastures
In had condlltlon , and the prospect for fiult
grows worse.
Saunders l ir too cool nnd dry to expect any
material advancement In vegetation. Kmall gialn
and pakturcs suffering from drouth. Corn at a
stnndstnl.
Sewaid Crops are not making any giowlh ,
but are giudually drying up. pnttures about
used up.
Thayer Oats almost past redemption ; corn nt
n standstill. N' > feed for stock. Simlrrels very
Lad. Very little wheat left.
York E-irly pljnti-il corn looks ycllnw , late
planted IH waiting for rnln to germinate. Much
of the onts beyond recovery. Feed for stock
very bcorce.
NORTHEASTERN SECTION.
Antelope Corn badly Injured by frost nnd
some of It ruined. Most of the rye. headed out
and much of It blighted.
Cedar Dry and windy , followed by cold
weather. Kmall grain has been considerably
damaged by float and dry weather. Corn grow
ing very slowly.
Cumlng Frost 1ms done more ilnmige to cr > ps
than wns at llrst cupposi-d , although they have
recnvcicd a little. Considerable corn In being
replanted. Ilye that was most advanced Is
being cut for hay. Wheat for the most part
lookn well. *
Olxon Heavy frost early In the week Injmlng
patntoeB nnd fruit. Kmall grain holding Its
own , but needing tain. Hay crop will be light
If It does not rnln ,
Dodge Giound very dry , Fiost did much
damagu In streaks. Ciops all right yet If we
only have rnln.
Douglas Only n trace of rain and temperature
live degrees below the normal.
Holt I'rost on the 2ltt did considerable damage -
ago on the low lands. Com yellow nnd'glovvlh
much retarded. Com planting about over and
some has been cultivated.
Knox Killing frosts on the 19th , 20th and 21st ,
killing garden vegetables and nipping young
leaven of tiees , but corn docs not seem to be
hurt , but too cold to grow.
Madison Frosts have done llttlo damage to
corn. Small grain nnd Rrass look well. Iteuts
are a Rood Maml and look well.
Pierce Fiost has damaged potatoes nnd gar
dens , but has not dnnu much damage to crops.
Kmall Rialn looks well.
Washington U'ick dry nnd cold. Vegetation
ban made small progicss , but U In fair condi
tion.
Platte Small cr.nln In doubtful condition am )
pasture alxmt used up , Much corn lying In dry
soil nnd generally a poor stand fiom drouth ,
squirrels nnd worms.
Sarpy No Impioveincnt thin week. Oats can
not make a full crop. Potatoes where not cut
down by frost are doing well. Late planted
corn coming up.
Wayne Small ginln never looked better. Corn
not materially Injured by frost. Fruit will ho
nbout half u crop. Glass needs rain. Ucct fields
look ( Inc.
Sioux City Too cold for corn. Gardens muih
damaged by frn ts In exposed places , but not
much damage ncntrslly.
Vankton , S. D. Frost has greatly damaged
gardens and completely do.trojeJ small fruit ,
such as plums and giapen. Wheat und oats
look yellow'In places. Corn nipped by fiost and
some replanting necessary.
CENTRAL SECTION.
Iloonc F.-ult damaged , to some extent. Com
doing well. Small grain hurt some by. the front.
Iluffnlo No Inuiruvcmrnt In crop prospects.
Pastures very short. Corn makes but llttlo
growth.
Cunter Corn nearly planted , but Is being taken
by cutworms. Small gialn needing ruin badly.
Dw son Corn nnd potatoes have made but
little headway. Squirt els taking up muih corn.
Morx corn would be planted but for the drouth.
Adams No rnln. Cord weather favorabU to
cats. Corn not suffering much.
pouTHwrcsTnnN SECTION.
Greeley Semi of the small grain dried up ,
but the late planted holding out well. If rnln
comes soon < iulto n per cent can be saved. Corn
generally en mo up well , but U at a standstill
and Is getting dlicolorcd.
Hall Small grain damaged "mc by frost. Corn
looking fine. Fruit not damaged much. Prospect
for crop * very unfavorable.
Howard-Rye. generally speaking , Is user ! up.
Some are rutting It for hay. Wheat and outs
still hold on. but nothing Is crowing much.
Krarne > Ciops are holding thrlr own In the
northern part nf the county. In the southern
turts small grain almost ruined , Corn being
hurt by cut worms.
Mcrrlck Wheat nnd oats sufftrlnsr. Rye hurt
very much. Corn itandi the vvcollier but. Qrasj
N , W , HAnRIS & GO ,
BANKERS ,
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Boagbt aad Bald , Ceiriiponatoto UolIcItcO.
dr'lnst up , CVmddemble elamaec from the froit
parly In the week.
Nance Drouthery hard on small Krnln. Com
all right yet. Potatoes doing well. Grass Brewing
ing slowly.
Valley Crops are at a standstill. Kverythlnft
needi rnln , Oats are turning brown , nnd also
wheat a little.
Chase Still dry. Whenl past redemption ami
oats nearly so. Grass on the hlKhlnnds dying *
out. Corn up , but ton dry to work. Fruit killea
by frosts. Grasshopper * hatching out In myriads.
The show for a crop th < > wurst for years. Farm
w.irk generally susi ndt-il.
Dundy I.llllp or no chongrIn crop conditions.
Wheat almmloncd. Onts badly stunted , CVirn nit
up mid iv Ktxxl slnnd , but ground too dry for
culllvallon , Grass on the range making but
slow growth.
Kronklln All Inpe of small grain nlianilonril.
OINSS sufterlng from drouth. Corn ncnrlv all
Planted nnd tmwt of It up nnd looking well.
Fronller ( Axil and dry. Whenl nnd onts nr
gone and corn Is dlng fust. Without rain In
a few days the crop * me gone.
Furnas A cent week , which hns been favnrnblo
In the way of keeping the ground fiom doing
out. Coin that Is up can stand It some lime set
without rnln. Imle plnntxl | waiting for rnln
to Kt'imlnnlf. Smiill grain In thn southein part
of the county preiintrm something ) In Iho north
ern cannot iniike a fair crop.
( Hwper flop * not suffi-rliig much , except somn
fields of wheat , which cannot stand much longer
without lain.
Hnilin ( . 'rops rvtnln their color , but not grow
ing much Corn neaily nil planted , but too dry
to romi1 up.
Hitchcock Too cool for bc t growth of vegeta *
tlon. Dniulh slllt rnntlnuen. Mort nt the wheat
find oats dead nnd corn beginning to die.
Ke-iune-y Hut rtx-tenths of an Inch of ruin In
the past fifty dass. The dilesl Mny In eighteen ,
venrOnts and wheat two-thlnls perished.
Much coin , after glowing thnsor four Inches ,
Is dlng. Onrilrn * . almost a total failure.
Llnniln Rnln thiec-tenths of nn Inch below
the noimnl for Iho week ami moie badly needed.
Plielw | Small gialn needing lain badly. Corn
coming tip well.
Red Willow There nre no crops making nny
heailvvnv. Everj'thlng and ever > biMly waiting for
rain. GrnFH drying up.
Webster Hmnll grain nlxmt dnno up. Pasture *
dry and rntllp suffering for grns- : .
NORTHwr.STERN SECTION.
Ilnx llutte Cold winds and frost. Ground
frozen a half Inch deep. Thunder showi-r In
west of county on the 23d.
Dawes Ever > thing In guldennml fields cut
dnwn by fiosts. Grasa has stopped growing.
Miif-t hnvo rnln stxin or theie will bo no hay.
Chens Fro t nearly every night this we-ek.
All the tender plains nie > killed.
Cheyenne Grass bndly dried up nnd everything
surTorlng for want of tain. Tin- will run on the
table land. * . Wheat on Its Init legs.
Keya I'nlm Week cold nnd dry. Simll grain
need1 * lain. Fruit nliout all klllwl by the frost.
Liigiin Smnll grain very much In need of rain.
Potatoes nnd guldens cut down by thu fnwt.
Rock Week slightly more favorable for crop- *
thnn Iho last , but still cold nnd not enough
lain.
Scott IllutT Severn ! heavy frosts the pnst
week , hut llttlo dnmngn done Alfalfa nol In
jured nnd wild fiults doing well. Um.il ! grain
growing slowly.
Shenilan Week unfavorable by reason of con <
tinned diy vve-ather.
There Is none BO pure anil palatable as
Silver Ago Ilye Whiskey.
IfKATHKIt l'UltKV.l ! > T.
I'nlr nnil DccUledly Cooler I'romUcil for
NrhrRS'cn.
WASHINGTON , May 28. The forecast fop
Wednesday Is :
VOT Nebraska nnd Kansas Fair ; ilcclil-
cilly cooler ; southerly winds , becoming
northerly ; conditions favorable for scvero
local storms.
For Missouri Generally fair ; cooler ; hlRh ,
southerly winds , becoming northerly ; condi
tions favorable for severe local Htornr ! .
For So"uth Dakota Showers ; cooler ; north
erly winds ; conditions favorable for Bcvcro
local storms In the eastern portion.
For Iowa Generally fair ; cooler ; south
erly winds , becoming noithcrly ; conditions
favorable for severe ; local slot ins.
l.ocnl Itrrord.
OFFICE OF THI3 WKATIIUn HUKKAU ,
OMAHA , May 28. Omahn record of tem
perature anil rainfall , comimrrd with the
corretpondlnK day of the past four years :
1S03. 1S3I. 1S9X. 1S92.
Maximum temperature. . . . ! )7 ) 7fi 77 7G
Minimum temperature. . . . 72 47 El M
Aver.iRt- temperature dl C2 Cl 67
1'rcclpltatlon 00 T .00 .28
Condition of temperature nnd precipitation ,
ut Omaha for the day nnd slnco March 1 ,
ISOa :
Normal temperature CO
Excess for the day 18
Accumulated excess since March 1 271
Normal precipitation 16 Inch ,
Deficiency for the day 16 Inch
Total precipitation plnco March 1 5.41 Inchest
Dellclency since March 1 3.15 Inches
Reports fruni Uthnr Stiitlom t K 1 * . M.
"T" Indicates trace of precipitation.
L , . A. WELSH , Observer.
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Potash remedies more to bo dreaded than tbt
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